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  • Jan 22, 2015
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    Moving Violations Video No. 88: Outdoor Outlets 4

    In this episode, Russ tells us it’s not always what you see that’s a Code violation — sometimes it’s what you don’t see. In this case, missing outlets in front of these multifamily dwelling units is a direct violation of Sec. 210.52(E)(2) of the 2014 NEC....More
  • Jan 8, 2015
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    Electrical Construction and Maintenance

    Moving Violations Video No. 87: The Missing Plug

    In this episode, Russ finds an unplugged opening on the top of an electrical enclosure. This installation violates the requirements set forth in Sec. 110.12 of the 2014 NEC....More
  • Dec 18, 2014
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    Electrical Construction and Maintenance

    Moving Violations Video No. 86: Improperly Mounted NM Cables 1

    In this episode, Russ shows us why the NM cables in this unfinished residential basement violate the requirements set forth in Sec. 334.15(A) of the 2014 NEC....More
  • Dec 4, 2014
    IdeaXchange
    Electrical Construction and Maintenance

    Moving Violations Video No. 85: Improperly Mounted Switch 3

    In this episode, Russ shows us how someone improperly mounted a disconnect serving a rooftop A/C unit....More
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